The Russian president Vladimir Putin had an adventurous trip to the bottom of the black sea by taking a ride in a three star submersible submarine went down to about 83metres (272feet) on an exotic underwater trip. During the 45 Minute trip, The president saw a glimpse of the discovered sunken ancient ship Byzantine galley, dating back to the 9th or 10th century This is not the first time Putin will be making a trip to the bottom of the black sea, like on previous trips deep underwater, Mr Putin has explored
5. Yenisey River The Yenisei is a river in Siberia. It belongs to the greatest river system that flows into the Arctic Ocean. The Yenisei is the fifth-longest river in the world. It is a little shorter than the Mississippi River, but with 1.5 times the flow.
A beautiful lake, with its glassy, still surface and spectrum of colours, can showcase some of water's most mesmerizing qualities. Below are fifteen most beautiful lakes in the world you probably have not seen. 1.Laguna Colorada, Bolivia This crimson-coloured Laguna can be found in Bolivia.
Check out these weird photos taken recently and shared on social media to show the world how insanely cold Russia is, as they experience extreme weather conditions. While we are in Africa complaining of hot weather, some countries like Russia experience a very cold weather as low as -45°Celsius. This is half of the coldness in the Antarctica (-90°C) which is the coldest place on earth. The photos in this article show how extremely cold Russia is. Many of us would really love to travel to countries like Russia
There are places that doesn't look real but really exist. Let's look at four of such places. 1. Lake Baikal is located in Southern Siberia. Its exact location is between the Buryat Republic on the southeast and Irkutsk Oblast on the northwest. This lake is world’s largest (in terms of volume) freshwater lake. However, this is counted for unfrozen fresh water on the surface. Lake Baikal holds 20% of world’s entire unfrozen surface fresh water.Its age is approximately 25 million years. This lake is also
5 secret places around the world that you should know about.1.Garajonay National park, Canary Islands Garajonay national park is a mind-blowing place.Garajonay park is famous for its laurisilva trees and delicate fauna.2.
The Trans - Saharan Railway (TSR), Russia is the longest railway line in the world with a length of over 9,289km.Construction of the railway commenced in 1891 and was completed in 1916.It was declared open on 21 June, 1904. It connects Moscow with Russian Far East.
Longest wall Great wall of China(4,343 miles/6,690 kilometres) Longest river River Nile(4,160 miles/6,685 kilometres) Deepest lake Lake Baikal in Russia (5,370 feet/1,634 metres) Highest mountain peak Mount Everest (29,028 feet/8,848 metres) Longest rail journey with a single train Moscow, Russia to Pyongyang, North Korea (6,346 miles/ 10,214 kilometres). Longest railway platform Gorakhpur junction, India (4,473 feet/ 1,366 metres) Longest bridge Danyang Kushan grand bridge, China ( 101miles, 164 kilometres)
Why is Korean territory very tiny compared to China’s big territory? Did Korea lose so many territory toward China? Half of China's history is not China'. China was called out by many countries, and the Han Chinese regime collapsed. It has become the land of other countries many times. However, Korea has only changed the name of its country. Joseon has the same ancestors as the countries around Lake Baikal, including Xinjiang Uygur. Also, it has the same ancestry as many ethnic groups living in Mongolia and
Feel free to make your thoughts known inn the comment section. 1.Lake Baikal Lake Baikal is 5, 315 feet(1620 meters deep)it is located in Siberia, holds the distinction of being both the deepest lake in the world and the largest freshwater lake, holding more than 20% of the unfrozen fresh water on the surface of Earth. It is also the oldest freshwater lake in the world, with an estimated age of 20 million to 25 million years. Like other lakes on this list, Baikal is home to a large number of animal and plant
The Irish elk ( Megaloceros giganteus) also called the giant deer or Irish deer , is an extinct species of deer in the genus Megaloceros and is of the largest deer that ever lived. Its range extended across Eurasia during the Pleistocene, from Ireland to Lake Baikal in Siberia . The most recent remains of the species have been carbon dated to about 7,700 years ago in western Russia. Higher classification: Megaloceros Scientific name: Megaloceros giganteus Order: Even-toed ungulates Phylum: Chordata The
Lake Baikal. Situated in south-east Siberia, the 3.15-million-ha Lake Baikal is the oldest (25 million years) and deepest (1,700 m) lake in the world. It contains 20% of the world's total unfrozen freshwater reserve. Around 25 million years ago, a fissure opened in the Eurasian continent and gave birth Lake Baikal, now the oldest lake in the world. So large that it is often mistaken for a sea, Russia's Lake Baikal is the deepest and oldest lake in the world, and the largest freshwater lake by volume. Famous
Lake Baikal is the work deepest and largest lake. It is home to approximately 1,700 to 1,800 sea animals.Lake Baikal is located in south-central Russia near the Mongolian border. The largest nearby city is Irkutsk. Lake Baikal has historically played a large role in the Russian imagination. It represents the unspoiled beauty of Russia and is sometimes referred to as the Sacred Sea. Additionally, it holds 20 percent of the world's fresh water, due to the lake's depth.With a volume of 5,521 cubic miles of water
Frozen waves are not just found in the movie "Frozen", as they are very real. From crawling waves to waves that look like a Slurpee, let's look at a list of 5 frozen waves stuck in time. Number 5.) Lake Baikal, Russia Lake Baikal, in the Russian region of Siberia, is a massive body of water. It is the world‘s deepest and biggest freshwater lake. The lake is also one of the oldest lakes in the world, it is at least 25 million years old! The lake also contains about 20% of the world’s unfrozen freshwater.
The list below is a comprehensive list of some of the tallest,longest,deepest and largest things around the world today. 1. The great wall of china The Longest wall record belongs to the Great Wall of China. it spans about 4,343 miles / 6,690 kilometers 2. The nile river The Longest river record is held by The Nile in Egypt it is about 4,160.08 miles / 6,695 kilometers long 3. Lake Baikal Deepest lake is the Lake Baikal in Russia. It is 5,370 feet / 1,637 meters deep. 4. Mount Everest Highest mountain peak
So large that is often mistaken for sea, Russia's lake Baikal is the deepest and oldest lake in world, and the largest fresh water lake by volume. Famous for its crystal clear water and unique wildlife, the lake is under threat by pollution, poaching and development. World's deepest lake crippled by putrid algae, poaching and pollution. Lake Baikal is undergoing its gravest crisis in recent. Experts say, as the government bans the catching of a signature fish that has lived in the world's deepest lake for centuries
Lake Baikal is located at southern Siberia. The mention of Lake Baikal strikes a deep chord in the hearts of Russians. Although a number of lakes have a larger surface area, it is the deepest freshwater lake in the world and has by far the largest volume of water. One surviving name for the lake is Baikal, believed to mean “Rich Lake” or “Sea.” In fact, because the lake is “so huge and volatile,” sailors along its shores sometimes talk of “going to sea.” From space, Lake Baikal—about 395 m